Melfest Running Order Revealed!

In a live Instagram feed early this morning, the producer of Melodifestivalen 2022 (Karin Gunnarsson) revealed the running order of the four Deltävling (semi finals), city by city. Fans often make a big deal about the running order at Melfest because often the producers seem to put their best songs first and last in each semi, in the attempt to make a better show. That holds true for previous winners such as The Mamas (1st in the first semi final of 2019) and Måns Zelmerlöw (7th in the fourth semi final of 2015).


Deltävling 1: 5th February, Malmö – Malmö Arena

  1. Malou Prytz – “Bananas”
  2. THEOZ – “Som du vill”
  3. Shirley Clamp – ”Let there be Angels”
  4. Omar Rudberg – “Moving Like That”
  5. Danne Stråhed – “Hallabaloo”
  6. Cornelia Jakobs – “Hold Me Closer”
  7. Robin Bengtsson – “Innocent Love”


Deltävling 2: 12th February, Göteborg – Scandinavium

  1. LIAMOO – “Bluffin”
  2. Niello & Lisa Ajax – “Tror du att jag bryr mig”
  3. Samira Manners – “I Want To Be Loved”
  4. Alvaro Estella – “Suave”
  5. Browsing Collection – “Face in the Crowd’
  6. John Lundvik – “Änglavakt”
  7. Tone Sekelius – “My Way”


Deltävling 3: 19th February, Linköping – Saab Arena

  1. Cazzi Opeia – “I Can’t Get Enough”
  2. Lancelot – “Lyckligt slut”
  3. Lisa Miskovsky – “Best to Come”
  4. Tribe Friday – “Shut Me Up”
  5. Faith Kakembo – “Freedom”
  6. Linda Bengtzing – “Fyrfaldigt hurra!”
  7. Anders Bagge – “Bigger Than The Universe”


Deltävling 4: 26th February, Lidköping – Sparbanken Arena

  1. Anna Bergendahl – “Higher Power”
  2. Lillasyster – “Till Our Days Are Over”
  3. Malin Christin – “Synd om dig”
  4. Tenori – “La Stella”
  5. MEDINA – “In i dimman”
  6. Angelino – “The End”
  7. Klara Hammarström – “Run To The Hills”


To be determined are the acts that will go directly to the final (12th March at Stockholm’s Friends Arena), and those that will battle it out in the “Second Chance” round (5th March in Örnsköldsvik’s Hägglunds Arena). Oscar Zia will be hosting all six shows, and it is expected that he will be joined by guest hosts as Melodifestivalen makes its way across Sweden this February!


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